Postponed until later date
FROM PAGE TO STAGE. The annual Young Playwrights featuring Briarcliff High School Students performing their original one-acts. One of our season’s highlights celebrating the boldest and brightest talents!
$10 suggested door donation. Directed by Jamie Mandel and Ian Driver.
No Spring Chicken
By Ginna Hoben
With Ginna Hoben and Sheffield Chastain
Friday June 15, 2017
Q&A immediately following
North Castle Public Library
Kent Place, Armonk, NY 10504
All she wants is a baby.
“No Spring Chicken” is a refreshing and heartfelt comedy about one 40-year-old’s effort to achieve, survive, and (without medication) complete a healthy pregnancy, to fulfill her life’s wish to have a child. “Hoben’s sense of humor weaves the play’s contrasting elements- hilarity,
raw emotion, graphic detail, darker fears— into a consistent whole.”
No reservations necessary
$10.00 suggested donation
For more information: HSC hotline at 914-271-2811
THURSDAY MARCH 15, 2018
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The annual Young Playwrights Festival featuring Briarcliff High School students performing their original one-acts.
Directed by Jamie Mandel and Ian Driver.
North Castle Public Library
Kent Place, Armonk, NY
$10 door donation. No reservations necessary
This year’s fundraising auctions are online now through July 25th.
Our first auction is at CharityBuzz and features “Hamilton” tickets, a vacation in the French Alps, a backstage tour and tickets to “Anastasia,” and more!
Our second auction is at Bidding For Good and features a wide range of exciting offers, including Collectible wine, US Open tickets, top theatre tickets, museum tours and more!
Enjoy the bidding and as always, thank you for your generous support!
Please join us on Friday, June 30th at 7:30pm for a staged reading of a new comedy, Books That Did Not Help Me Pick Up Women, written by John McCaffrey and Mark Singer. Directed by Margarett Perry.
Graham will try anything to find love: therapy, literature, basketball, food…but in the end he discovers the true answer to his quest – not being himself.
Venue: Whippoorwill Theatre, North Castle Public Library, Kent Place, Armonk, NY
No reservations necessary. $10 suggested donation. Q&A immediately following with participating artists.
This program is made possible with funds from ArtsWestchester and NYSCA.
Please join us on Saturday, June 17th at 7pm, for our SOLD OUT annual fundraising gala at a private home overlooking the 13th hole of the Whipporwill Club Golf Course.
34 Bayberry Road
Gala hosted by; Julie Halston (B’way: The Man Who Came To Dinner, The Women, Hairspray, Anything Goes, Drama Desk winner and MAC winner)
with the divas:
Liz Callaway (Broadway: Miss Saigon, Cats, Anastasia, EMMY winner, Drama Desk Nominee)
Christine Pedi (Broadway: Chicago, Spamilton, Forbidden Broadway, Sirius XM Radio Host, Drama Desk Nominee)
Capathia Jenkins (Broadway: Newsies, Martin Short’s Fame Becomes Me, Caroline or Change, 30 Rock, Drama Desk Nominee)
Lindsay Mendez (Broadway: Wicked, Dogfight, Significant Other, Drama Desk Nominee)
Musical Director: Seth Rudetsky (Radio host Sirius /XM Satellite Radio On Broadway)
Thursday, March 16th at 7:30pm
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A Staged Reading of original scenes written and performed by the
Briarcliff High School Introduction to Theater Class and Bear Bones
Directed by Jamie Mandel and Ian Driver
Door donation: $10.00
No reservations necessary
HSC hotline: 914-271-2811
Whippoorwill Hall Theatre, Kent Place, Armonk, NY 10504
Hudson Stage announces the February 10th staged reading of Two Henrys by Kenneth Jones, directed by Scott Alan Evans, featuring HSC alum actress Susan Pellegrino.
Friday, February 10th at 7:30pm. Q&A immediately following the performance with participating artists.
Whippoorwill Hall Theatre, North Castle Public Library, Kent Place, Armonk, NY
General door donation: $10.00
Denise Bessette, Dan Foster and Olivia Sklar Producers
In the dead of winter, Henry flies from New York to Florida to offer condolences at the funeral of a father figure he never knew. But as the booze flows at the wake, are the surviving widow and her grown daughter ready to raise a glass to the unexpected guest? Set in 2012, somewhere between the dusk of the worst days of the AIDS crisis and the dawn of marriage equality, Two Henrys is a humor-laced drama about guilt and grief, perceptions and prejudices and the urge to find family.
NYC-based playwright Jones is enjoying the success of his recent play, Alabama Story, being produced at theatres around the country. Two Henrys was a semi-finalist for the O’Neill National Play Conference and most recently was seen in workshop at the Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice, CA. Scott Alan Evans is the Executive Artistic Director of award-winning Off-Broadway’s TACT/The Actors Company Theatre. Most recently he helmed She Stoops To Conquer.
This program is made possible with funds from ArtsWestchester, and from the NY State Council on the Arts. Actors appear courtesy of Actors Equity, Director courtesy of SDC and both playwright and director are members of the Dramatists Guild.
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Join us Friday, December 16th at 7:30 pm at Whippoorwill Theatre, North Castle Public Library, Kent Place, Armonk, NY for a staged reading of a delightful and thought- provoking new play, Exquisite Potential by Stephen Kaplan, directed by Stephen Nachamie.
General admission: $10.00 payable at door. No reservations necessary. For further info: HSC HOTLINE: 914-271-2811.
The perfect Hanukkah treat: All parents think their children are great. Alan Zuckerman just happens to think his 3-year-old son, David, is the Messiah. Thirty years ago, Alan and his wife, Laura, visit their rabbi to verify David’s possible divine nature. Thirty years later, everyone older and wiser, it appears that Dad might have been onto something!
Director Stephen Nachamie is an award winning New York director who helmed Hudson Stage’s terrific spring production of Animals Out of Paper. His work has been seen on Broadway as Associate Director on the 2016 Tony Winning revival of She Loves Me, on Film in Winning New York, Audience Choice Award winner from the NewFilmakers NY Festival, several productions at Penguin Rep, including most recently Buyer and Cellar. Upcoming: Benjamin Button.
Playwright Stephen Kaplan grew up in Northridge, CA (home of the ’94 earthquake) and wrote his first play, And Jack Came Tumbling After (Old Globe Theatre, EST, HERE/Lincoln Center) when he was 15. Other award-winning plays include Community, A Real Boy, For Unto Us (Published by Dramatists Play Service) among many others.
This program is made possible with funds from ArtsWestchester, and NY State Council on the Arts.
Denise Bessette, Dan Foster and Olivia Sklar, Producers